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Psychology of Personality

Using This Presentation Template

Instructions for each slide are given in the speaker notes section of the slide. Be sure that your PowerPoint screen view is set up to show speaker notes.

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Erikson’s Eight Stages of Psychosocial Development

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PSY/250: Psychology of Personality

Instructions: The introduction slide should include: a title, the course number and title, your name instructor’s name, and the date that you submit the assignment. The presentation title, course number, and course title have been completed already. Please add your name, instructor’s name, and date in the indicated area. When finished, delete these instructions. Speaker notes are not necessary for this slide.

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People progress through 8 stages of psychosocial development:

Emphasizes social and historical influences—not just anatomy

Extends on Freudian psychoanalysis—does not oppose it

Introduction to Erikson’s Theory

Old Age

Adulthood

Young Adulthood

Adoloscence

School Age

Play Age

Early Childhood

Infancy

Instructions: Complete the slide above by adding the name of each stage of psychosocial development in Erikson’s theory. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person. Example speaker note for this slide: “Erikson’s theory proposed that people progress through eight stages of psychosocial development: (list of stages). While his theory was different from Freud’s because of its emphasis on social influences, it extends on Freudian psychoanalysis rather than opposing it.”

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Psychoanalytic vs. Psychosocial Theories

similarities

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differences

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Instructions: Complete the slide above by adding bullet points outlining the similarities and differences of psychoanalytic and psychosocial theories. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 1:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 1 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 2:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 2 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 3:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 3 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 4:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 4 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 5:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 5 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 6:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 6 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 7:

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Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 7 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Stage 8:

< Add Name of Stage >

Age Range: < Add your text here >

Psychosexual Mode: < Add your text here >

Psychosocial Crisis: < Add your text here>

Resulting from Crisis:< Add your text here >

Compared to Freud: < Add your text here >

Instructions: Complete the slide above by identifying the name of Stage 8 in Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, the age range of people in this stage, the psychosexual mode, and the psychosocial crisis that occurs during this stage. For the last two bullets, add the main points on the topic of what the crisis produces and what occurs when an individual cannot overcome what emerges from the crisis, and how Erikson’s theory of this stage compares to Freud’s. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent in complete sentences what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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Social & Cultural Influences on Personality

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Instructions: Complete the slide above by adding bullet points that outline the ways an individual’s personality is influenced by society and culture, according to Erikson. Then delete these instructions and replace with speaker notes that represent, in 2-4 complete sentences, what you would say about the slide if you were to give the presentation in person.

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References

Feist, J., Feist, G. J., & Roberts, T. (2018). Theories of personality (9th ed.). McGraw-Hill Education. Retrieved from https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781259951985/epubcfi/6/2[;vnd.vst.idref=cover]!/4/2/2@0:0

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Instructions: A reference to the course textbook is included in APA format. If you cited any other articles, websites, or image graphics from the internet on your slides, be sure to add a reference citation in APA format to this list. See the University Library’s Center for Writing Excellence and Reference and Citation Generator for help with reference formats. When finished, delete these instructions. Speaker notes are not necessary for this slide.

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